Coinfest - the first decentralized decentralized currency convention. It was conceived as a way to incentivize cryptocurrency acceptance, while educating the public about its importance and use. This Bitcoin enthusiasts event started in Vancouver, Canada has now gone global and will also be held in Tallinn this year on the 21st of February at Mektory!
Coinfest in Tallinn is organized by The Estonian Cryptocurrency Association whose main goal is promoting the wider use and development of cryptocurrencies and the spread of knowledge in society.
Coinfest will bring together people from the Bitcoin community – evangelists, developers, authors, IT-experts, specialists of the financial sector and everyone else interested in the field of cryptocurrencies.
Our speakers are well-known Estonian Bitcoin enthusiasts, developers of cryptocurrency projects, representatives of credit institutions and experts in the field of taxation and law. We’re also planning to hold workshops for Bitcoin beginners.
Agenda (in short)
9:30 – 10:00 Registration and Welcome coffee
10:00 – 10:15 Introduction
10:15 – 12:00 Educational talks
12:00 – 13:00 Lunch break
13:00 – 14:30 Company presentations
14:30 – 15:00 Coffee and networking
15:00 – 17:00 Politics and panels
18:00 Afterparty @ St. Patrick’s, Pärnu mnt 20
For detailed view, open “Agenda” menu
Dea is an entrepeneur, a Managing Director at Ignite. She has a degree in computer science as well as in economics and she been in IT sector since year 2002. Ignite provides custom made software solutions from mobile applications to European wide large scale information systems and is a founding member of Estonian Cryptocurrency Association.
Maria is Quality Assurance Specialist at Ignite working with cryptocurrency and IoT technologies team. Ignite provides custom made software solutions from mobile applications to European wide large scale information systems and is a founding member of Estonian Cryptocurrency Association.
Priit is a board member of the Estonian Cryptocurrency Association and a partner at Law Firm GLIMSTEDT . While focusing on intellectual property and tax issues, he’s recently worked quite a bit with the status of Bitcoin in Estonia.
Rihards is Co-founder of Riga High Technology University and CEO of VeriTweet. He has experience with telecom regulatory issues and competition laws as well as know-how in cryptography and Public Key Infrastructures (PKI).
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